I have been looking at literally hundreds of them and I have a very important question for what I want to do. I want to set up a large tray, maybe 3x4 foot or 4x5 foot and set up what might be called a succulent indoor garden. This is supposed to be a garden in the idea that everything stays in it's own place and doesn't get too large or too long. I looked at a lot of Crassula but they all seem to get rather large. I also looked at some others but haven't had much luck with finding anything that stays compact except for living rocks. Can anyone help with a list of succulents that will grow indoors but only occupy a space about 4"x4" so I can really make a true "garden" effect with them? Can I simply keep the Crassula trimmed and have them create huge stems/trunks so I can use them? Here are the ones I have found, will any of them work for any of what I want to do: Crassula finger, Gollum, hobbit, hummels sunset, high voltage, brevafolia, buddhas temple, columella, dorothy, marchandii, Gasteria brevafolia Haworthia baccata Cymbiformis V. Angustata Haworthia truncata living rocks argyroderma or baby toes Aeonium Sedifolium Please, anyone with ideas for compact succulents or ones that can be trained that way let me know. I want to have this set up to start here by the end of the year or at the latest early spring. I may have a way to get a whole bunch of cuttings from many different ones but I don't want to get a bunch I can't use.